As a company showed the exterior specifications before its global debut on September 1. The Czech car manufacturer’s first all-electric SUV takes a new approach in its design. Skoda has been inspired by years of production of Scala and Kamiq front headlights and the latest generation of Octavia, as the current Skoda Enyaq iV is a headlight.
The new, subtle lights for daytime runs and the new hexagonal shape of the key LED modules strengthens the new Enyaq iV’s character further. Skoda claims that there are ever-changing aspects in the geomechanics and transparent glass surfaces.
The next Enyaq iV is checked by 3-dimensional backlights illuminated with fine light strips. However, lighting graphics are welcome and welcoming on the first look, while the headlights give the first Skoda All-Electric SUV a highly dynamic and futuristic appearance, thanks to the LED technology.
The Enyaq iV was released last year as a version of Skoda’s Vision iV model. It will come on sale in 2021 and by the end of 2022, Skoda is planning to launch at least ten electric models under the iV brand.
The 4660 mm long Kodiaq four-door crossover is based on the MEB platform of the VW group and uses a 306bhp 4-wheel drive EV motor with a range of 500kms and the ability to charge in 30 minutes up to 80 percent.
The first Enyaq model is expected for launch in 2021, and the SUV version is now to arrive first. All releases will be based on the Electric MEB platform of the Volkswagen Group, which will be used by all brands of the group. We can expect a price of roughly 34 000 Euros (approximately Rs 28,29 Lakh), as compared with a mid-to-upper Kodiaq price.